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This is a plat map showing the land of the Security Benefit Home Association in Topeka, Kansas. Organized in Kansas in 1892 as the Knights and Ladies of Security, the Security Benefit Association spread rapidly across the country. By 1911, it had 120,000 members in 30 states. The association offered many benefits to its members including homes and hospitals. The portion surveyed is in township 11 S, Range 15 E, north half of section 29 and the east half of section 30.

Creator: Kansas Engineering Company
Date: September 12, 1927-September 16, 1927

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Item Number: 312914
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 312914

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